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KCSMMHZ
Oct 5, 2012 6:00am PDT
. >>> an 11-year-old boy has discovered the remains of an exceptionally well-preserved mammoth in siberia. experts say this kind of discovery is a once in a century event. the male mammoth was found on the taymyr peninsula in siberia. his remains date back to 30,000 years ago. the animal is believed to have died at the age of 15 or 16. experts say the permafrost left the organs, bones, and flesh in an exceptional state of preservation. the find indicates that mammoths were able to survive harsh winter conditions by storing a massive amount of fat in their humps. >>> a storm is hovering over the south china sea. for more on the weather forecast, here's mai shoji. mai? >>> yes, gene, absolutely right. you have -- we have a storm over the south china sea which looks like it's going to be intensifying into a severe tropical storm in the next 24/48 before it makes landfall over southern vietnam. this system has the potential of -- capacity of bringing about 5 to 6 meters of very high waves. that will be moving in a westerly path in the later of this week, weekend, and into cambodia and thailan
PBS
Oct 1, 2012 11:00pm PDT
're not only sending them to moscow, we're going to siberia. and i think that the brooklyn/siberia connection is very interesting. i don't think anyone's done a cultural exchange with siberia before. so that's kind of really bamish. >> rose: as far as they could tell. >> exactly. so it's a very eciting thing for us to be able to do it. and also what's exciting for us is the proximity to the arena. we've been talking and now in the bam cultural district you have venues wan five-block radius between 200 seats to 19,000 seats at the arena. and we can't think of any place on the planet that has that kind of-- a number of venues and size of arts and entertainment options so it's an exciting opportunity for us to do things together. >> rose: before i talk more about this, tell mebout the relationship between the two of you. you're older. >> yes. brother and sister. >> rose: brother and sister. i know that. i know that. but you live in the same house. still live in the same house in moscow, >>. >> we live together. >> rose: we're very close. but when your parents died-- you were the older sister and
FOX
Oct 29, 2012 4:00pm PDT
used in culinary dishes, pine nuts were used centuries ago in siberia to curb appetite during times of low food supplies. now, modern science reveals that ancient practice had merit. pine nuts have the same heart-healthy fatty acids as -- that subdue hunger hormones. pine nuts contain high-quality proteins and make you feel full faster by suppressing powerful hunger signals to the brain. curb hunger, curb belly fat, all without tight die -- diet and exercise? pine nuts maybe the simple way to shrink your fat for good. the newest fat-busting food is pine nuts. this little nult that's -- has some giant fat busting properties. here's what you need to know. eat enough to fill a shot glass daily. that's about 60 calories. and you can eat them any time you desire. they will help control cravings as well. the secret ingreent is pineoleic acid. in tests subjects reduced their food intake by 36%. that's a whopping amount. christy? when do you get your worst hunger cravings? >> usually at night. >> bedtime? when everyone is sort of gone and you're by yourself? >> my son's asleep. yes. >> what
PBS
Oct 10, 2012 4:00pm PDT
jailed for our political beliefs. ieven if we are sent to siberia, we will not stay silent." then again, they never have. it is this stunned which put three of them behind bars. they besieged the virgin mary to rid russia of vladimir putin. in court today, the defense lawyer argued that her client should be treated more leniently because she had not been given the chance to perform these controversial punk prayers at the christ the cathedral. even before her guitar was taken out of the case, she was taken out of the building. protests were held outside of the courthouse. the female punk group is out of tune with the public opinion. believe that the sentences lenient -- tehe sentence is lenient. yekaterina samutsevich has apologized, but she does not believe she has committed a crime. >> more still to come. could solar storms knocked your navigation way off course -- storms knock your navigation way off course? the teenage active is shot by the taliban in northern pakistan has been visited -- the teenage activist shot by the taliban in northern pakistan has been visited by a general. she
CSPAN
Oct 14, 2012 9:55pm EDT
into siberia. the wanted to send all of the young, jewish troublemakers to siberia to avoid a revolution. he wanted to go to kansas instead. it was a close call. [laughter] he emphasized the importance of government. and how important it was in our lives. that motivated me. i became a committee man and became an assistant da. did not have any money or powerful friends. i was asked to be one of the young lawyers on the commission's staff. a victory for the d.a., three primaries to win a republican party -- republican primary. you can do it. if you work at it. and motivated. >> you mentioned an idealized court. do you feel equipment are still relevant for supreme court justices and would you support an amendment setting limits, in terms of 8-10 years? something like that? i think it is worth considering. i think you might have a cut off of age. we really have to change the confirmation process. i invite you to come to washington. they are having a 25-year retrospective we go on the confirmation process. i do not want to talk about it today because it is my next book. [laughter] i want to be in
CSPAN
Oct 8, 2012 6:00am EDT
of limbo or siberia for a couple of years. i did a documentary for them in 1968. don was the nominal executive producer. so i have known him for a long time. when we came up with this idea of "60 minutes," he became a kind of willy loman. he put together a reel of all cbs reports using 10 or 15 minute segments, taking the best of each of them and putting together a reel he went shopping that around to every executive at cbs. he brought that to me, to others, trying to sell and get support for his idea of this thing he called "60 minutes." he had harry reasoner, the original host in, call this a pilot if you like. then he added mike wallace into the pilot. it was his relentless pursuit. they said, ok, we will do it. we will try. we will put you on at 6:00 on a sunday. so harry and i went on. later, harry left to go to abc and they brought me to be the other guy on "60 minutes." we were not a huge success at all. partly because 6:00 on sunday, football season completely wiped us out. they do a kind of 10-minute broadcast, and then they thought, have a news bulletin at the beginning, al
FOX
Oct 6, 2012 10:00pm PDT
are suspected of being members of same jihadist group. >>> and from siberia comes video of a teen pulling a well- preserved mammoth carcass from the permafrost. an 11-year-old boy found the remains about 1100 miles northeast of moscow. woolly mammoths are thought to have died 10,000 years ago, but scientists say it's possible smaller groups lived in alaska and off the siberian cost. >>> the pope's former butler was convicted of stealing documents and leaking them to a journalist. they found paolo gabriele guilty and is he said he did it because he didn't think the pope was being informed of what he call evil corruption. the pope is expected to issue a pardon. death toll stands at seven for the meningitis outbreak in nine eastern states. the centers for disease control reported 64 cases the disease. outbreak is linked to steroid shots made by a pharmacy in massachusetts, used to treat back pain that appeared to be contaminated with a fungus. some of the medicine was shipped to california, but so far there have been no reports of problems here. >>> we are halfway through a very, very busy weekend
FOX
Oct 12, 2012 7:00am PDT
into custody. >>> the possibility of a massive siberia tack from foreign computer hackers that could dismantle the u.s. power grid, financial system and government says a notice notice. attacks on the saudi oil company affected 30,000 commuters. larry olson is apparently interested in buying aeg. he has previously bid for sport teams, including the warriors, but failed to seal the deal. one of the attractions of buying it, he says, that it would allow him to relocate an nfl team to los angeles. the auction for aeg, which owns the la kings and staple center is only in the preliminary stages. >>> scientists in florida have a giant mystery on their hands. check it out. a softball size eyeball that washed ashore north of ft. lauderdale. they're trying to figure out what marine animal it belonged to. scientists think a giant squid or a whale. >>> a chance to take yoga at school, well, not everyone is happy about it. it's designed to promote a healthy lifestyle, but parents want their children pulled out claiming it's hinduism. >> it's based on hinduism, and of course it came from india. however, it
CSPAN
Oct 10, 2012 1:00am EDT
technology to companies like siberia. china, 2010, demonstrated it had 25 different types of drones, some of which could potentially be armed. the monopoly will disappear very quickly. it already has. the question is the president of the united states is creating with the use of drones. you can imagine chinese using drones. basically deciding what the united states is doing with president. a public discussion of drones, as we are having here. it is a good thing. it is the future of warfare. >> thank you. >> thank you to the center of national policy for putting together this form and creating the type of forum where we can have a reasonable, rational debate. i would also like to thank peter and commending him and the new america foundation for the research they are doing. there are a lot of pundits in washington d.c. to have very strong opinions about the program, whether for or against drones, but very few people have actually gone out on the field and crunched the data. peter's team has done that. they should be commended. i will take a slightly different approach. i am a lawyer and a p
CSPAN
Oct 10, 2012 10:00am EDT
like siberia. china, 2010, demonstrated it had 25 different types of drones, some of which could potentially be armed. the monopoly will disappear very quickly. it already has. the question is the president of the united states is creating with the use of drones. you can imagine chinese using drones. basically deciding what the united states is doing with president. a public discussion of drones, as we are having here. it is a good thing. it is the future of warfare. >> thank you. >> thank you to the center of national policy for putting together this form and creating the type of forum where we can have a reasonable, rational debate. i would also like to thank peter and commending him and the new america foundation for the research they are doing. there are a lot of pundits in washington d.c. to have very strong opinions about the program, whether for or against drones, but very few people have actually gone out on the field and crunched the data. peter's team has done that. they should be commended. i will take a slightly different approach. i am a lawyer and a political scient
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